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Les Bourses d’études est mainenant disponible

The Canadian Nurses Foundation is proud to offer more than 50 scholarships in support of nursing education.

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L’equipe nationale 2016

L’equipe nationale 2016

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Appel de résumés

Appel de résumés

L’AEIC annonce un appel de résumés pour le Congrès national 2016 de l’Association des étudiant(e)s infirmier(ère)s du Canada qui prendra place à Sault Ste. Marie, ON du 27-30 janvier, 2016. Les résumés doivent être en lien avec[...]

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CNSA NCLEX-RN Fact Sheet

CNSA NCLEX-RN Fact Sheet

Canadian Nursing Students’ Association NCLEX-RN Fact Sheet We have created a fact sheet with current NCLEX-RN facts such as passing rate and the current issues facing our current licensing exam. View our fact sheet below to learn more![...]

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L’Association des étudiant(e)s infirmier(ère)s du Canada (AEIC) est le porte-parole officiel des étudiantes infirmières du Canada. Notre but est de promouvoir les aspects légaux, éthiques, professionnels et éducationnels faisant partie intégrante de la profession infirmière. L’AEIC se consacre activement à la promotion des infirmières et de la profession dans son ensemble.

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Scholarly Showcase Call for Abstracts:
CNSA Scholarly Showcase is announcing a Call for Abstracts for the 2018 Canadian Nursing Students’ Association (CNSA) National Conference in Nanaimo, British Columbia January 23rd-27th. Two prizes of $250 will be awarded by CANR.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:

Submissions can be made in either French or English. Please indicate on the abstract in which language you wish to present.
Indicate your name, school and title of project.
Authors must organize and present the research abstract with the following information (Please do not use headings):

Background or significance of the project;
Purpose of the investigation
Methods to collect and analyze the data;
Results of the study; and
Conclusions, including implications for practice

The abstract should be a maximum of 300 words and be submitted via email to research@cnsa.ca by January 8. Authors must be at National conference to present and accept their award.
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